Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce Topiary
Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce Topiary
We love these hard to find tree form globe blue spruces. Your neighbor definitely won’t have one of these distinctive trees!
- Adds a High-end Look to Your Landscape
- Easy to Grow - Little to No Maintenance
- Extremely Cold Hardy
- Deer Resistant and Drought Tolerant
|Mature Height||5-6 Feet|
|Mature Width||4-5 Feet|
The globe Colorado blue spruce tree is a beautiful dwarf topiary tree. The unique tree is a globe blue spruce bush (Picea pungens 'Glauca Globosa') that is grafted to a hardy tree stock. This tree is sturdy and elegant with that classic lollipop topiary look. We love these hard to find tree form globe blue spruces. Your neighbor definitely won’t have one of these distinctive trees!
Add an upscale look to your landscape with this easy to grow dwarf tree. The globe Colorado blue spruce looks amazing in pots in an entryway, patio, or deck. Whether you plant this topiary tree in a mixed bed, foundation planting, or a rock garden, it adds an elegant look to your landscape.
- The globe Colorado blue spruce tree is as easy to maintain as the standard blue spruce. It requires little to no care once it is established. It doesn’t need to be pruned to maintain its natural round canopy. This easy to grow topiary tree is pest, disease, and deer resistant, as well as drought, wind, snow, cold and pollution tolerant.
- The nice blue foliage contrasts traditional landscape plants and grasses. Add some great color to your landscape with this small tree.
- The globe Colorado blue spruce tree is evergreen so it offers year-round interest.
- This dwarf tree is great for growing in pots if you want a more elegant look. Just water your tree when the soil dries to keep it healthy and happy.
Where Should I Plant This Spruce?
This tree is adaptable and thrives in grow zones 3-7 with full sun exposure. This topiary tree is perfect in pots and will add a sophisticated look to any patio, deck, entryway, or terrace.
How Fast Does This Tree Grow?
Expect increases in height of 2-6" inches per year and a mature height of 4-6 feet.
How Often Should This Spruce Be Watered?
Water regularly or once a week. Higher temperatures may require additional watering.
Plant this topiary tree in spring or fall for best results. The globe Colorado blue spruce tree is very cold hardy so if the ground is digable it can be safely planted in winter as well. Full sun is ideal for this tree, but it can tolerate some shade. Spruces are very adaptable and grow in just about any well-drained soil. A neutral or acidic soil is preferable for the best growth rate. Apply a 1 to 2 inch layer of mulch to help the soil retain moisture for your newly planted tree. While your tree is establishing it should be watered deeply about twice per week. Use a slow release fertilizer or Espoma Holly-tone when planting and in spring to feed your plant.
Healthy spruces rarely encounter problems with pests or disease. If you see brown spots on your globe Colorado blue spruce tree it may have an infestation of spider mites. For minor infections treat with insecticidal soap. For more severe infestations treat with bifenthrin or carbaryl. Never use horticultural oil on spruces.
The globe Colorado blue spruce is an excellent dwarf evergreen tree for the home landscape. It adds great color contrast and year-round interest. This globe spruce on standard can be used to frame your entryway or add some elegant flair to a mixed bed or rock garden. This topiary tree is perfect in pots and will add a sophisticated look to any patio, deck, entryway, or terrace.